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S.B. 115

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MOBILE HOME PARK RESIDENCY

             2     
TECHNICAL REVISIONS

             3     
2002 GENERAL SESSION

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STATE OF UTAH

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Sponsor: Dan R. Eastman

             6      This act modifies the Mobile Home Park Residency Act to make technical revisions.
             7      This act affects sections of Utah Code Annotated 1953 as follows:
             8      AMENDS:
             9          57-16-13, as enacted by Chapter 256, Laws of Utah 2001
             10      Be it enacted by the Legislature of the state of Utah:
             11          Section 1. Section 57-16-13 is amended to read:
             12           57-16-13. Abandonment.
             13          Abandonment of a mobile home space and a mobile home within a mobile home park is
             14      presumed in either of the following situations:
             15          (1) [The] (a) the resident or occupant of the mobile home has[: (a)] not notified the park
             16      that the resident or occupant will be absent from the mobile home space or mobile home, and the
             17      resident or occupant fails to pay rent within 45 days after the due date; and
             18          (b) [there is] the mobile home park owner has no reasonable evidence, other than the
             19      presence of the resident's or occupant's personal property, that the resident or occupant is
             20      continuing to occupy the mobile home space and the mobile home[.]; or
             21          (2) [The] (a) the resident or occupant of the mobile home has[: (a)] not notified the park
             22      that the resident or occupant will be absent from the mobile home space where the mobile home
             23      is located, and the resident or occupant fails to pay rent when due; and
             24          (b) the resident's or occupant's personal property has been removed from the mobile home,
             25      and there is no reasonable evidence that the resident or occupant is occupying the mobile home
             26      space or mobile home.





Legislative Review Note
    as of 1-11-02 9:30 AM


A limited legal review of this legislation raises no obvious constitutional or statutory concerns.

Office of Legislative Research and General Counsel


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